How do you know when it is time to do faucet repair – or – faucet maintenance? That is the easy part as you will see wear around the rubber seals and notice water leaking or a bit of discoloration. That is the number one tell tale sign that you have a leak and will need faucet repair.
Sometimes you can not see the leak on top of the faucet fixture and countertop though underneath the fixture the seals are lose or worn and leaking under the cabinet. Pay attention to the power of a small drip! It’s mighty!
What’s In a Drip?
The little drip that starts as a nuisance easily grow into a large destructive leak that can gush open at any given moment. What if the water heater is So what do you do? You can start with working with a licensed, bonded, insured professional plumbing company, like Plumbers Downriver in Michigan.
Why Pay Attention to a Faucet Leak?
Sometimes the leak may be more of a simple drip by drop effect from the faucet when it is already fully turned off. Keep an eye on that one because it could mean there is already a work out hose or fitting below the faucet.
If the leak is causing a scent from under the sink then the link is more likely in the hoses and knobs for accessing the water. If this leak continues then there could be the beginning of mold under the cabinets making a new problem with removing mold from the surrounding walls, flooring and fixtures.
Before you try a DIY approach to fixing the leak, consider the benefits of having a working relationship with the best plumbers in town so you avoid any permitting problems or fixing the problem incorrectly and having to do a larger remodel to fix, the fix!
The plumbing experts at Plumbers Downriver are available with a 24/7 service to help when a water heater bursts, or pipes freeze and crack into leaks that cause damage to the surrounding areas of the home.
If you need to work with an insurance claim, there are staff members available with training in the insurance process to help you. It’s a win win situation when you work with Plumbers Downriver.
So don’t delay! When you hear the sound of that first drip! When you see the first drop fall from the faucet head even when the water is fully turned off- you have a possible plumbing problem and need to call for professional help.
It’s easy to get started when you call (734) 548 – 9925 or simply visit them on the web with this link: